At one point, the New England Patriots quarterback was a senior at the University of Michigan looking at his post-college aspects. He had a good career with the Wolverines, going 20-5 as a starting quarterback, helping win a Big 10 championship and becoming captain his final year, but he may have had some doubts about his NFL prospects. So he readied the résumé he would send to prospective employers once he graduated.
This went unknown until Thursday, when Brady revealed his CV for Throwback Thursday.
— Lee Schechter (@LeeSchechter) September 18, 2014
Brady ended up getting drafted by the Patriots in the sixth round (199th overall) of the 2000 NFL draft.
Judging from the résumé, other career highlights include an acceptable 3.3 GPA, various summer jobs, many of them in sports, and an internship at Merrill Lynch, which is certainly something to write home about. (We’re docking him a point for spelling “superintendent” with an extra “ent.”)
Once he ends his run in the NFL, he might have to update that résumé to go job-hunting. Something tells me he probably won’t have to worry too much.